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(@elnoe)
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Good evening, someone can tell me what the applepi-baker password is, thank you


   
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 Hans
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The ApplePi-Baker doesn't have a password.

The password it's asking for is your "sudo" or "root" password.
It's the password you'd enter to get admin right.

You can test it in Terminal, by typing:

sudo ls

Then it will ask for a password, type your admin password (ie. the password you use when installing applications etc).

You should see something like this:

MacBook-Pro:~ john$ sudo ls
Password: **********
.CFUserTextEncoding .lazarus Movies
.DS_Store .oracle_jre_usage Music
.Trash .ssh Pictures
.bash_history .subversion Public
.bash_sessions Applications ShortCuts
.cache Desktop Sites
.config Documents freepascal
.cups Downloads tmp
.dropbox Dropbox
Library
MacBook-Pro:~

   
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